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Jenbug0901

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My latest tank....
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ejohnson

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Here is my 5.5 gallon scarlet badis and RCS tank. Sponge filter on the right and heater behind the rock on the left. There is a little overhang with a cave of sorts under it for the fish to swim under. The ledge has some moss balls that I flattened out and pinned down. Hoping they grow into the screen that's mounted there.

This tank was going to be for my daughter betta, but we got her a fluval spec instead.
 

aniroc

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180 planted
 

octavio

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75 gallon planted tank in my bedroom. Set it up last November 2015. I have other planted tanks, but this one is for me. I'm partial to overgrown, heavily planted tanks -- the old-fashioned way we used to do it in the 1950s and 60s, The only high tech about this tank is the water filter and heater. Substrate is just plain old #20 pool filter sand. No Co2, no Flourish. Just fish.

I lived in Porto Alegre for several years. Many of the popular small fish we all enjoy lived in the estuaries on the edge of our property. I've tried to replicate a black water tank with the same plants that grow in that area. Had to crank up the lights so the plants would show in photo. Sorry about the flare.

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Bobbob88

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Did some rearranging during yesterday's water change

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Jaxsco

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Here's mine! As of now I have 11 Tiger Barbs in it. (They aren't in the pic)
 

Dave125g

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Here's my 75
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Xxtaterxx2010

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I have a salt water in the works
 

blakeugan

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Just about done cycling my 20 gallon.
 

justjewels

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36g bow front. Black background. Black diamond sand. Currently has 3 guppies. Looking forward to a community tank soon! Has some real and fake plants.
 

ECatch

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my 29 gallon planted, with striped danios, ballon ram, mystery snails, MTS, ramhorn snails, rabbit snails, horned nerite snails, and a couple dwarf crayfish.
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my 125 with mystery snails, rabbit snails, nerite snails, 8 common goldies, one fancy, one koi, and 2 pleco's. (Most of these will be going in a pond soon)
 

Demontay1

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Just did some rearranging and threw a black scarf behind the back of the tank too make everything pop
 

jmartinix

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Here's my 29 Gallon.
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MarkN1990

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My planted 45g community


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PaulieWoz

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My planted 75 gallon community.


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wulfzlair

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My planted pico


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shaelis

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my planted 55 gallon (only has tetras right now)

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and my 10 gallon
 

codyrex97

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Terrelle said:
Thanks so much! I'll have to order some for my tank!!!
Here's some closer looks at them. As I thought, ceramic. They specifically say on the box it is high-fire ceramic based material and hand glazed so that no two have the same rocky pattern on them. (Though the general shape of them seems to be the same for all buyers)

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I like to dig them down in the gravel a bit and try to get gravel to be flush with the opening and even inside the cave a little to coat the floor with gravel so it's a smooth transition from inside to outside. lol OCD much

They have a very grippy but not rough texture, easy to hold onto even when wet, and I'm hoping the grip gives something for my moss to crawl across. And as I said before, very lightweight. I was actually surprised when I picked them up.
 

ECatch

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My planted 29, bunch of stripped danios, ballon ram, 2 dwarf crayfish, one albino frog, MTS's, mystery snails, rabbit snails, ramhorn snails, horned and zebra nerite's, bunch of assorted plants
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Mcasella

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It has a couple less fish in it as I moved them to get them in an easier tank to catch them in to take them to a new home. But it is a back-painted-black 37 gallon.
 

Demontay1

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Heres some pics of my tank with my new co2 injection plants are going nuts looking so good now almost need to do my first prune


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Demontay1

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Its just floating fox haha
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Or do u mean my anubius that's attached too my drift wood
 

uncclewis

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My tank
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amanda2000

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This is my Male Betta's tank! His name is Leonardo and I based it off a nature theme.
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ErinE

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This isn't the greatest picture, but this is my 20 gallon that I recently set up. It's my first 'real' tank.


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BamBamSorg

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This is my tank its a 50 long. I am still adding plants in the future to make my tank more full. Here are some I plan to get in the upcoming months: dwarf baby tears, baby tears, aponogeton ulvaceus, ludwigia repens, Cardinal plant, crinum calamistrtum, ludwigia repens "rubin", ludwigia min "super red",and dark red ludwigia. I also want to fill up my 10 gal with some shrimp: cherry, neon yellow ,and sky blue shrimp. Also a mystery snail lol. Any plant suggestions on snails and/or shrimp.

The first picture is my tank before and the next one is the full tank and the rest are 2 sections of the tank hope you like it sorry for the bad reflection.
 

Anastasia Vedmedenko

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Here's a picture of my little 10 gallon betta tank! I've added plenty of plants recently and am starting to think about some little tankmates! I can't wait for the plants to fill out and for the java moss to take over my driftwood

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BamBamSorg said:
This is my tank its a 50 long. I am still adding plants in the future to make my tank more full. Here are some I plan to get in the upcoming months: dwarf baby tears, baby tears, aponogeton ulvaceus, ludwigia repens, Cardinal plant, crinum calamistrtum, ludwigia repens "rubin", ludwigia min "super red",and dark red ludwigia. I also want to fill up my 10 gal with some shrimp: cherry, neon yellow ,and sky blue shrimp. Also a mystery snail lol. Any plant suggestions on snails and/or shrimp.

The first picture is my tank before and the next one is the full tank and the rest are 2 sections of the tank hope you like it sorry for the bad reflection.
Wow! Right now I only have a few 10 gallon tanks due to space restrictions but I will definitely get a 55 long when I have the space. As far as plants go, I think you'd like ludwigia palustris. It's one of the easiest plants to grow and mine have developed a lovely gradient from bright green at the roots to dark red at the tips.
 

BellatheBetta

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This is my new 5 gal

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143629

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My 12 gallon long

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codyrex97

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An update for my tank.
I got a new piece of driftwood and some rocks to add to the natural look.

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uncclewis

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My babies say hi. I had them myself. 23 hour labor
 

PeterTSU

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First tank been 3mo and I'm loving it. Waiting to transfer to a bigger 10g.
 

Dave125g

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Here's my 75 on the new stand
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beau

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Newly setup blackwater tank... It's a bit darker than it appears in the picture, and I like plants way too much to do only driftwood lol.
 

Demontay1

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katiemorrison94 said:
I love how you planted some plants actually in between the rocks. That's going to look awesome when they start to fill in more.
Thnxs I found a pic if my tank two months ago this is what it looked like
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uncclewis

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OK guys. My latest updates to my tank are complete and so are my fish. Not getting anymore. Hope you guys like it!!!

I have an army of Siamese algae eaters bc I have such a problem with staghorn algae. I have 20 SAE

Unfortunately they have other algae still and only eat it as a last resort lol. Gonna get 5 more if no other fish. Staghorn algae doesn't care about water quality if you ever get it. It's like a virus.
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You guys should get that light. I love it! As long as it gets light it takes over! Except With fish that eat it.
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Dave125g

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Here's my 75 on its new stand
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My sons 10 gallon betta tank
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sarah13berry

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my new 160ltr tank... absolutely chuffed with it
 

AnneRose

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Wow those tanks are all so beautiful! Makes me a bit self-conscious about mine haha! But it's my first!!

I wanna add more plants and wood. 10 gallon with 2 cory cats and 5 guppies, before it got all cloudy because of a bacterial bloom haha


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RockLobster

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Here's my tank! Trying to get rid of the diatoms so my black gravel will show more.



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DioAquatics

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My brand new 75 gallon with custom stand and canopy

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uncclewis

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I redecorated mine, I hope you approve!

115W of LED
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The last one. All of my fish are out and about.

My alpha is about 6 inches now.
 

Rzephillda

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My tank is a work in progress.


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Rzephillda

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Jealous of the wall tank!
You wouldn't be if you had to clean in the small crawl space I have got!!! XD The tank is only two feet tall - It is less than 4 foot in there once you are up on the top behind the tank. Also there is no way to get to the pump, Or wet/dry area without ripping up wood. Thank you previous home owners!


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scottishduck

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Constantly a work in progress. But I'm finally happy with it (don't mind the dirt and water spots).


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This was last Wednesday after a rescape of plants so some stuff got kicked up in the water. The anacharis is growing fast as 7 days later (yesterday) it's back at the top of the waterline...

Edit: I'll get an updated picture today after my water change.

Edit: Mom2some, in case you wanted an update on the watersprite you sent me... the fish love it, the shrimp love it and the frog will occasionally chill in it near the surface for a few hours too.
 

scottishduck

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scottishduck said:
Constantly a work in progress. But I'm finally happy with it (don't mind the dirt and water spots).


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This was last Wednesday after a rescape of plants so some stuff got kicked up in the water. The anacharis is growing fast as 7 days later (yesterday) it's back at the top of the waterline...

Edit: I'll get an updated picture today after my water change.

Edit: @, in case you wanted an update on the watersprite you sent me... the fish love it, the shrimp love it and the frog will occasionally chill in it near the surface for a few hours too.
Did the water change. You can see how much the anacharis in the back has grown since the last picture 8 days ago. You can also see one of the cories on the log in this one; and one of the snails in the bottom left; and some amano shrimp this time.


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